This is some of the best Asian I have had in the last 6months. We are touring America one Small Town at a time, looking for the best of the best and this is it in Asian food.
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How can you be a Thai restaurant and not serve a great Pad Thai dish? Mine consisted largely of tastelesss noodles and lacked 8 of the 12 ingrediants that make this dish so special. Very disappointing.
If I am traveling through Crescent City I usual stop there. It is the most reliable place for good food for a long ways. l usually like their curry dishes. I had the beef curry and my wife had beef with cashews. It is very affordable. The good is good but not great fancy. A good meal at a good... More
We have eaten Thai cuisine in many different parts of the country and this is our favorite. The yellow chicken curry is wonderful. The Spicy Chicken Salad is very good as is the Pad Thai. In fact, we have never had a bad meal! The service is fast and the staff is friendly.
We got into Crescent City just before sunset (and our room was on the ocean) so we enjoyed the sunset with cocktails and didn't want to leave the hotel for dinner so we ordered in. This place has free local delivery w/o a minimum. Fast and delicious. We ordered the drunken rice & Pad Thai. The flavoring was slightly different... More
We enjoy this restaurant every chance we get. It is always wonderful, authentic, and served by cherry waiters also. The atmosphere is nice and relaxing. For desert I HIGHLY recommend the "Flaming Bananas"! IT IS WORTH THE TRIP!
It was a pleasant surprise to find this quiet restaurant situated on the edge of downtown. While the menu also featured Vietnamese selections, which I did not try, the Thai entrees sampled were authentic and simply great. Definitely would go back if ever in town again.
We have eaten here for 8 years and really enjoy the family home-cooking. The Vietnamese influence means some different spicing or slightly different preparation for some dishes. We think that's a positive. And we are always happy when the family patriarch is our waiter.
We were a little apprehensive about going in but were pleasantly surprised! We found that they didn't have all of our favorites but some new things to try and like. The Vietnamese salad rolls were very good as was the sweet & sour chicken. The sauce from the salad rolls tasted great on the pad se iew. Definitely worth the... More
Like the previous reviews say, don't let the outside of the restaurant fool you. This place serves up some tasty dishes. I wish we had this kind of Thai food back home.
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